Snoop Dogg Presents Warriors Steph Curry With Death Row

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Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg perform on the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show.

Few people have a knack for winning gold/bling like Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. In the last few months alone, the soccer superstar has added a Western Conference Finals MVP, an NBA Finals MVP and another NBA championship ring to his collection.

However, he may have received his best work earlier this week during his trip to LBC.

After joining his former Warrior brother-in-law, Damion Lee, in a golf scramble (and dancing with the Larry O’Brien Trophy) in Kentucky on Monday, Curry moved back to California, where he spent some time. time with Snoop Dogg. Tomorrow. In doing so, he received an incredible memorabilia from the multi-platinum-selling rapper and entertainer.

Steph’s New Series

Curry made the trip to Snoop’s old yard to reopen the indoor basketball court at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park that he and the hip-hop icon teamed up to revamp (along with artist Damion Scott).

At 1:37 pm, more than 70 children from the local Boys & Girls Club were invited to play on the completed field, which has been repaired for several years. While there, they shoot rounds, participate in drills, and receive a surprise visit from Snoop and Steph.

To show his appreciation for Steph’s involvement in the project, Snoop presented the baller with a string of Death Row Records, a moment captured in the clip embedded above.

Of course, Death Row is a legendary rap label founded in 1991 by Suge Knight, Dr. Dre, The DOC and Dick Griffey. Snoop’s debut album, Doggystyle, was released by the label two years later.

In February of this year, Snoop announced that he was acquiring the rights to the Death Row Records label from MNRK Music Group. Soon after, he released a new album through the revival label.

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Personal mission

Courtroom repair is part of Curry Brand’s mission to impact 100,000 youth and renovate 20 safe play places by 2025. For Snoop, however, it was a work of love. and something very personal to him.

“Coming back to me is always emotional because this is where I learned how to play basketball. I also learned how to play football here, as well as being active in the community. I learned how to hang out with friends to build relationships. I learned how to rap, how to talk and be myself in this park right here,” the rapper said.

“Going back and seeing kids doing things differently and trying to be better than us, that’s what it’s all about. And to give them more opportunities than we already have is what it really is. “

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